Discussion in 'New Roundtable' started by shane0911, Jan 30, 2019.
Fake news. You must have seen it on CNN.
all this time i just figured you was always wrong because you’re a dumbass, now i find out its your internet that stupid too.
a fat chick with 8 cats living in her house?
He was the last QB in the NFL to wear a number that wasn't either a single digit or that started with 1.
wait, did he wear 22 in the NFL?
John Hadl wore #21 for nearly his entire NFL career. He was the last regular starting quarterback to wear a uniform number greater than #19 before the NFL adopted a rigid uniform numbering system in 1973.
You may be right. I had forgotten about Flutie. I should have phased it as the last staring QB. But Flutie did start 66 games in the NFL over a period of time. I don't know if he wore #22 all that time though. I was looking for John Hadl.
You got the answer I was looking for but now there may be a flag on the play. Upon further review, we will have to trust the wisdom and integrity of Roger Goodell to decide.
no problem, I trust he'll make a fair decision
Well if the Duck is right and the system changed in '73 that would exclude Doug from wearing 22 so I think Duck is the winner.
I know he wore 22 in college and it feels like I remember him wearing it with New England. NO. I checked. He wore #2 with the Pats.